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's going to be too hard to see around the city. we have been sort of all around. san francisco is just overflowing with 49ers pride. we did a couple of stops along the city today just to check it out as we are days way from the big game. yesterday mayor lee declared that it would be red and gold weekend couraging fans and local businesses to show off their 49ers pride by sporting the team logo or colors. the city's devotion to the super bowl bound 49ers, local graffiti artist steve and tim have aptly named their 30-foot masterpiece the city bleeds gold. the mural was developed on a rooftop using rock climbing gear to get up that high. if this is any indication of what's going to happen on sunday, the 9ers may have something to worry about. this is the san francisco zoo's black rhino named boon. he was supposed to eat the baltimore ravens for breakfast this morning. zookeepers created the ravens logo out of boone's breakfast vegetables and then let him in to eat it but instead he ate the go 9ers instead and boone is named after the 49ers right tackle
home invasion in san francisco's richmond district. they broke into 40th avenue before 3 a.m. the students who live there said the suspects dragged them out of bed and one smashed a bedroom door. investigators say the suspects took off with electronics and cash. >>> a peninsula city may declare a state of emergency tonight due to flooding concerns and a weak levee. the san francisquito creek topped the levee last month and flooded a neighborhood east of 101. heavy rain caused it to rise to the third highest water flow since the '30s flooding streets and homes. if the city declares an emergency it could ask the state for millions to help strengthen the levee. >>> we're concerned about the entire rainy season which we have two or three months left. >> it's a project to wind the creek bed already set to start at the end of the summer. >>> hand made signs bearing heartfelt messages greeted sandy hook elementary school students as they went back to school. they are going to school in a nearby town. it's been 20 days since the gunman opened fire in their old school killing 20 chi
his identity as 61-year-old guy kleess of san francisco. according to the california board of pilot commissioners in, 2009, kleess ran aground a 550-foot cargo ship in sacramento that same year crashing a 600-foot cargo ship into a catwalk in stockton. and in 2010, he was at fault when a tugboat ran aground in the richmond harbor. the board chief says these incidents are minor and the pilot is held in high regard. as far as the vessel, that will stay there until they determine the next steps in the investigation and the whole process could take months. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> governor jerry brown is challenging a court order to reduce the state's prison population. he announced he filed a motion to overturn the june deadline. he says further reductions in prison populations would endanger the public. the governor says that state has a plan for early release but doesn't like it. >> rereleasing prisoners of serious dangerous crimes is not what the people of california have expressed through initiative through their legislative representati
a san francisco transportation 2030 task force calling city and transportation leaders to set down top priorities. he wants to replace the housing authority with a new model and hopes to bring more affordable housing and options to the city. in closing the mayor has said there's a lot of progress during his term but still room to grow. >> if we work together, if we put the people ahead of politics, committing them to unleashing extraordinary talents then i don't have a single doubt that san francisco will be forever strong for us and for our future and for future generations. thank you and go 9ers! >> of course, yes, he had to throw in that for our super bowl hopefuls. in addition to that, he talked about other success with our sports teams. the giants' big win, also the warriors moving to the city over the next five years. no comment on also how the 49ers will be moving to santa clara. but we want to make note that the mayor also touched upon jobs and his plan for improving that growth in our city for infrastructure as well as promoting small
. >> 5 people have had to be hospitalled here at san francisco general hospital. children and the elderly are at the highest risk for flu-like complications, in fact 29 children in the united states have died so far this season. live in san francisco, melissa har ring son, cbs 5. >> it is day three of that dangerous algeria hostage situation, still limited information coming out. while up to 100 hostages are celebrating their freedom today the fate of up to 60 others is still unknown. negotiations are still counting with the group that kidnapped hundreds there. the militants claim to still be holding up to eight americans there. >>> the body of a chicago lottery winner was exhumed. he died as he was about to collected his winnings, his death was ruled a result of natural causes but a relative requested a closer look. tests showed he was poisoned, now a second autopsy is being performed. >> lance armstrong now admits he used performance enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career, as our reporter tells us he says at the time he was dopi
degrees even cool for san francisco. outside now we have mostly sunny skies and some hazy sunshine. temperatures are cool in the 40s and 50s. but we are headed right back into that arctic freeze tonight. we'll tell you how low the temperatures will get in a few minutes. >> thank you. >>> a water main break has homes in hayward without water. the line broke near jackson and santa clara streets around 3:30 a.m. crews closed a lane of traffic on jackson street for the repairs. they expect to finish in three hours. still no word on what caused that break. >>> meanwhile, work has resumed on the central subway project in san francisco shutting down streams once again. stockton street between geary and ellis is closed for the construction. crews had halted their work about 6 weeks ago to make life easier on holiday shoppers. >>> it is the end of an era for the exploratorium in san francisco. this is the very last day for fans young and old to geek out at its location near the palace of fine arts. let's go live to cbs 5 reporter anne makovec. she is live outside the museum with the big mov
in san francisco. 22 of the biggest overtime earners in the city last year why muni employees. they racked up a total of $18 million in overtime. 10 muni supervisors made more than $100,000 in overtime according to the "chronicle." >>> and a pizza chain has settled a complaint with san francisco that it did not follow the city's health care law. the company will spend $320,000 some of that about $200,000 going to current and former employees who were eligible for healthcare benefits but never received them. the city investigation discovered the chain charged customers a surcharge without using that money for healthcare as is required. >>> still ahead, let the betting begin. the palace points us towards a possible due date and gift cards gone bad. the unpredictable things that can make your gift card void and what you can do about it. >> "argo" big at the golden globes but not what everyone likes it. what iran is doing to refute the award winning story. and the latest trend in food that may have you savoring every last bite while you still
adjustments cutting down on delays for passengers. >>> there's a move to rename the san francisco airport after gay rights pioneer harvey milk. supervisor david campos introduced the legislation today. milk was a san francisco supervisor in 1978 when he and then mayor george moscone were shot to death by former supervisor dan white. >>> coming up after years of denials, a confession comes from cyclist lance armstrong. >> up next, did he dope? oprah opens up about what he told her in an interview. >> and all they have to do is apply the worldwide retailer that's offering jobs to any vet who wants one. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. into the deep freeze again this morning. skies clearing out. will it be cold tomorrow? we'll talk about that coming up. keeping wall street lower today.. this morning >>> worry over the debt ceiling is keeping wall street lower today. yeah, but it's up a little bit up 20 points at this point with a little over an hour yet in trading. >>> some big anticipation this morning for facebook
-threatening injuries. reporting live from san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> we have a bizarre situation out of san jose. a little more than an hour ago, police wrapped up a nearly three-hour standoff with a naked man wielding a samurai sword. this was in the area of southwest expressway and bascomb road. police also found an assault rifle in the man's car. officers were eventually able to take him into custody. >>> and two people are dead and a man is under arrest after a new year's eve shooting in old sacramento. police say an argument turned into a fight inside a bar at 2nd and "k" streets last night. an employee at the bar went in to break it up and that's when the suspect allegedly pulled out a gun and started firing. the employee and another man were hit multiple times and died. a woman and security guard were also wounded. >> some gunshots and unclear at first if they were real or not. we kind of stood in the street and when we saw people running out of the building, i dodged under some stairs. and when the second round of shots started, i saw the gunman come out of the building with
readings, 45 in concord and 46 in san francisco. san jose in the city and sunshine as well. a lot of clouds over parts of the bay. right now, you'll see what's going on. 47 in oakland. still seeing low 40s up in the north bay. napa, fairfield. wait until the overnight hours. we've got the new freeze advisory, freeze warnings and frost advisories from 2:00 to 8:00 tomorrow morning. same time we saw it this morning, could even get cooler. it kind of all depends on the winds. this morning, a lot of wind gusts picked up, so we didn't see temperatures quite as cool as initially forecasted. but we could see unseasonably cool temperatures. your pets, pipes protected for tomorrow. hopefully more clouds clear out and be a i believe toe see more sunshine. partly cloudy skies. the unsettled weather with the cool front is moving farther southeast, but cool temperatures is what we've been dealing with. we'll deal with it for the next few mornings. we're watching unsettled weather, but off to the coast and not expecting moisture to hit the ground. for sa
. that's down from 30% in 2005. there will be some rallies today inless altos and at san francisco city hall. >>> well, it started as a kissing protest against a proposed anti-gay law in russia turned violent today. dozens of protestors gathered in front of russia's parliament. the law if approved would criminalize gay kissing in public and ban events that promote gay rights. opponents of the law call the measure undemocratic and supporters say it's a matter of morality. >>> well, time for a little weather and i had the opportunity to -- i was heading down 280 at sunrise coming up going down thelos gatos. >> tomorrow rain. >> we have some rain that's going to be headed back to the bay area. today though another beautiful day outside. we have a lot of sunshine. but yeah, you got this storm system off the coastline and finally high pressure showing signs of breaking down. you see some of the high clouds out over the bay bridge right now. the temperatures just beginning to warm up. it will be a mild afternoon. 55 degrees into concord. 57 san jose
going nuts. >> reporter: there is concern that a 49er win could bring more trouble to san francisco city streets. >> we want people to celebrate responsibly. >> reporter: the police will have at least 100 extra officers on the streets sunday night many in the mission. >> basically, our strategy is going to be to monitor the areas where we tend to see people congregate to celebrate. >> reporter: to minimize fuel for street fires, trash collectors will be emptying dumpsters before the game ends so there's less temptation for arson. muni will be pulling its electric buses from some streets the ones connected to the lines, using diesel buses instead so they can reroute them if trouble occurs. the bartender is looking forward to the party at the irish pub and hopes the police plan works. >> be on top of it. i'll be doing mine. i'll be serving water for whoever doesn't need another beer. i just hope they're out there doing theirs. >> reporter: you may have heard last week the mayor suggested to some businesses, to some bars, that they limit the sales
, she is a baltimore native but san francisco congresswoman nancy pelosi says picking a team in the super bowl was easy. >> i'm wearing red. that's a 49ers color. let me say this and i tell this to mr. hoyer when he said he wanted to make a wager. i said i'm not -- i'm rooting for the 49ers. i'm not rooting against baltimore. i'm so proud of them. but my constituency is san francisco. [ laughter ] >> she's a smart lady. pelosi's father was the mayor of baltimore. he even built the city's memorial stadium but pelosi says her heart is always right here in san francisco. >>> coming up next, is ig ber better when it comes to the big game? we'll go on the consumerwatch to find the perfect football tv for your living room. and then a breast cancer breakthrough. scientists discover what makes the often deadly disease spread. and a simple idea has turned into a multi-million dollar enterprise to help an east bay charity. you're going to meet this week's jefferson award winner. coming up. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 w
. >>> nudists protesting on the streets of san francisco right now, as a federal judge considers the city's new ban on nude itty. anne makovec on the issue that's viewed as a matter of public health by one side and a first amendment right by the other. >> reporter: opponents hope the judge will block it from taking effect, while he has a chance to consider whether or not it's constitutional. the case is on behalf of four people, including one woman who feels nudity should be protected as expressive speech. she also thinks the ordinance violates the equal protection clause by exempting some events, like the fulton street fair and the pride parade. the board of supervisors gave the ban final approval in december in a raucous meeting, at which several people stripped naked in board chambers. the ordinance is set to go in effect on february 1st, prohibiting nudity on city streets, sidewalks, plazas and other public spaces. >> freedom becomes a political statement. that's why it should be considered as political speech, not to mention freedom of expression,
.a. and san francisco bay area might be possible. >>> a stock has been nosediving lately but apple is still selling product, a new ipad with 128 gigabytes memory twice as much as the current device. to make up for that added storage space, the price is going up. the wi-fi model now costs about $800. the new ipad will be available sometime next week. >>> how about some football now? thousands of reporters have swarmed the superdome today. everyone's favorite, it's media day on tuesday super bowl week along with the scribes, radios and tv folks a cast of colorful characters, super fans who get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet the players before the big game. nice boots there. it's a wild scene inside the superdome but the 9ers players say they don't care. >> 49ers an organization going tore long played overseas london, japan, tokyo, and now to look up in the stands to see people who want to see us do media day, the league is getting bigger to the point it will take over the globe. >> friends at home say let the people enjoy you a little bit. so if that'
. 60 in san francisco. and 58 degrees still some fog into san jose. we have a couple of systems out here one to the south that continues to spin off the coastline. it's been sending moisture up in our direction but it's this next one that's going to drop into the bay area. this cold front is going to bring with it some very cold air out of the gulf of alaska. so probably about a 30% chance of a few raindrops but otherwise, it is just going to be cold outside. all right, let's check it out on our futurecast. you can see this afternoon maybe a couple pop-up showers developing in the south bay and then the cold front swings in overnight bringing with it more clouds tonight and a chance of a few scattered showers into i think early tomorrow morning. and then it looks like as we get into the afternoon things begin to dry out again. so not a big system headed our way but that's going to bring in some cold air. temperatures by this afternoon as high as 63 degrees in san jose. 61 in san mateo. and 60 degrees in hayward. east bay numbers running up into t
a fire tore through a gallery in san francisco's mission district. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec is on the scene. they may be held responsible for a work of art that was intentionally set ablaze. >> reporter: yeah. that is all being decided as far as will there be criminal charges. in the meantime they are still cleaning up at the gallery on mission street in san francisco after a work of artistic express became a potential criminal investigation. -- after a work of artistic expression became a potential criminal investigation. this was supposed to be the piece celebrated in a gala reception tonight and instead caused a fire at the queens nail art gallery. >> it created a fire, surprisingly. >> reporter: this person works at a coffee shop across the street. >> they told us, you know, we're putting 15,000 matches in this part of the united states and they talk about how much work it was and ordering all these matches. >> reporter: and then at around 10 p.m., this map of the u.s. made of tens of thousands of matches was lit on fire on purpose.
. 51 degrees in concord. 51 in san jose. 47 degrees in san francisco. a little bit warmer at this time of day than just yesterday. so as we sail into the afternoon, we've got warmer temperatures on the way. we could even see a couple of 60s showing up outside tonight. we'll be clear again, no fog to speak of. and still a little bit on the chilly side, but not as cold. mostly sunny and dry days ahead and a little bit warmer. check out this ridge. just a dominant ridge of high pressure right now, sending any chance of storms well to the north of the bay area, all the way up into canada. we'll keep things dry for at least the next five to seven days. around the state, 50s in the central valley and lots of sunshine. almost 60 into the monterey bay. 45 degrees in lake tahoe. future cast showing skies staying mostly clear, occasional passing high cloud. that's about it for today. otherwise, tonight, again, mostly clear night. a little chilly tomorrow morning, but not as cold as it's been. temperatures around the bay area today, 61 in san jo
are especially at risk. live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> the latest smash and grab at the oakland museum took less than a minute. according to police, this thief knew what he was after. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec with the reward being offered for the return of a century and a half old artifact. >> this is a theft not just of a valuable object but of our history. >> reporter: officials refuse to give a picture of the stolen item or say how much it's worth but they confirm a california gold rush era quartz and gold box with ornamentation depicting early california was taken from a plexiglass box secured with an alarm early monday morning. >> beyond, of course, the beauty and the value of the item, we consider it truly invaluable in terms of telling the story of california. >> reporter: it looks like someone broke in through a doorway, took the box and another item and took off. the museum was also broken into, in november when the burglar stole some golden nuggets. >> we did take an additional security measures after the theft in
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